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Swedish man charged with complicity in 2015 Paris terror attacks

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Published: 12.Jun.2018 07:01 hrs

French anti-terror judges charged a Swedish man on Monday with complicity in the 2015 Paris attacks that left 130 people dead, over allegations he played a key role in the jihadist cell behind the carnage.

Osama Krayem, a 25-year-old of Swedish citizen of Syrian origin, has been in custody in Belgium since his arrest in Brussels in April 2016 and was charged after being transferred to France for the day.

He was also charged with attempted murder and sequestration.

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